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Captain Cazorla has Kinin Suon off into distance

Captain Cazorla has Kinin Suon off into distance

This season’s Fantasy Football League has very much so been a case of life reflecting art. As Chelsea dominated the Premier League from the off, so Dominic Field’s Ych-y-fi (which we at Fantasy Football Towers understand to be a Welsh expletive) commanded its fantasy version.

There will be no need for Dominic to swear as he basks in the glory of victory and unwraps his Alcatel C9, worth around $200, and $60 SIM, courtesy of sponsors Cellcard.

The 38th and final gameweek saw Hull relegated after a 0-0 draw with Manchester United and Steven Gerrard’s Liverpool farewell well and truly rained on after a 6-1 drubbing by Stoke.

Arsenal’s 4-1 demolition of West Brom saw Theo Walcott attain Star Man status after a first-half hat-trick gained him 20 points.

Kinin Suon, manager of Sdach Neak, has the honour of being the final game-week winner of the 2014-15 season and bags $20 Cellcard phone credit.

Suon had Gunners midfielder Santi Cazorla as captain for a doubled 20 points and Chelsea Dream Teamer Loic Remy.

Other notable Dream Teamers were Stoke striker Mame Biram Diouf with a brace and an assist for 16 points and Newcastle midfielder Jonas Gutierrez with a goal and an assist for 13.

Dominic’s 106-point winning margin is unheralded in recent Cellcard Fantasy Football memory. Runner-up Ian Roberts of Siem Reap Forest can, however, console himself with an Alcatel Mini and $60 SIM.

Mark Pastro of Snapperheads in third, Crabby Joe of Spleef Queens and Cameron Strong of the splendidly named CaptHun Sensible all take home Cellcard goodies for their stirring efforts.

This weekend’s standout tie is – oh . . . The new season starts on August 8. Anyone for Fantasy Tennis?

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